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CWR Ceres Power Holdings Plc

9.60 (5.51%)
Last Updated: 13:59:08
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ceres Power Holdings Plc LSE:CWR London Ordinary Share GB00BG5KQW09 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  9.60 5.51% 183.90 758,593 13:59:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
183.40 184.80 192.00 173.00 173.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Electric & Other Serv Comb 22.13M -45.12M -0.2339 -7.95 358.87M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:58:37 O 500 183.8486 GBX

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Posted at 04/12/2023 08:20 by Ceres Power Daily Update
Ceres Power Holdings Plc is listed in the Electric & Other Serv Comb sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CWR. The last closing price for Ceres Power was 174.30p.
Ceres Power currently has 192,939,628 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Ceres Power is £351,150,123.
Ceres Power has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -7.78.
This morning CWR shares opened at 173p
Posted at 30/11/2023 07:25 by book5
Yesterday, In the USA, Hydrogen shares went up. Cwr has been lagging. Today, CWR should move upwards.
Posted at 29/11/2023 08:52 by book5
Most probably, White hydrogen would be a blessing for the CWR power division and CWR shareholders.
I will rejoice if it happens soon.
Posted at 21/10/2023 16:29 by cerrito
One issue is that as per my reading the next Ftse 250 market capitilization review is November 18 with news of changes on November 22.
My understanding is that by then the share price will need to get to at least 300p by then to avoid CWR being kicked out of Ftse 250 and consequent selling.
For now I am staying with what I have.
Posted at 13/10/2023 09:42 by colsmith
Can't see any practical issue with China - they are World trade Organisation members and IP is covered and protected under those rules. Stealing IP or using wrongly can happen anywhere being a commercial issue; but on the surface it would all seem a good relationship with China for the JV. Maybe its the commercial terms that are hitting the brakes; there is the agreement CWR have with both companies and the deal only the two have without CWR commercial involvement.

If CWR product is best in class for the area of its usage then with all the H2O and other gas inputs to FC's that CWR FC's can handle it seems the market is poised to fly and CWR cash inflow with it. Sure is intriguing - Question is do the market players have info we PI's don't and share price is down due to that or is it just the lack of info. Not sure all this so called ethical stuff CWR seem keen to make clear to the market is in reality relevant a bit like the ESG stuff that seems good but in practice meaningless; could this be an share price hitter?
Posted at 04/10/2023 16:08 by brucie5
The Company was notified on 3 October 2023 that Phil Caldwell, CEO and a PDMR of the Company, exercised share options under the Ceres Power Holdings plc 2004 Employees' Share Option Scheme and retained all of the shares. Details are set out below:

Name Share Shares Total Option Share Shareholding
options purchased shares exercise purchase after transaction
exercised acquired price price
Phil Caldwell 11,859 81,746 93,605 85.4p 320.4p 365,888
----------- ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------- -------------------

As part of the exercise of share options by Phil Caldwell, he acquired a total of 93,605 shares in the Company, of which 81,746 shares in the Company were received in return for 123,313 Employee Shareholder Status (ESS) shares in the Company's subsidiary, Ceres Power Intermediate Holdings Limited, which had been acquired as a modification to the unexercised 2004 Employees' Share Scheme options in 2014 and 2015. He also exercised 11,859 ESS-linked options in the Company. All of the shares acquired were retained.
Posted at 31/8/2023 16:07 by brucie5
book531 Aug '23 - 15:36 - 1789 of 1792
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-CWR is not in the business of heating houses by burning hydrogen.
-A boiler burning hydrogen does not use cwr’s technology.

Currently Cwr’s business is to produce electricity from hydrogen or natural gas.

The professor said that burning green hydrogen to heat houses does not make sense. He never said that hydrogen is not viable to store energy, did he?
book531, I think I understand that, untechnical as I am. CWR's fuel cells convert the hydrogen to electricity, so the boiler is electric, no? But I don't think fuel cells per se were mentioned at all, which was to mislead by omission. I'll need to listen again to it before I say any more!
Posted at 30/8/2023 18:15 by book5
Hi Brucie

It was mainly a phrase to motivate myself to hold our shares long-term. Imho the share price has the potential to go very high.

Some examples you already know are below:

The way I see it, Cwr‘s technology is a paradigm shift in electricity generation from gas, as using Cwr’s technology requires less capex and produces more electricity from a unit of gas.

We know two of our major partners are evaluating our technology for producing hydrolyzers. Their results are due in two years.

Productions of free electrons for the pharmacological industry (recent article published in this thread). I would add that the UK is a worldwide leader in this sector.

Our technology to produce electricity from hydrogen goes into production next year through licensing.

Educating myself by reading you all.

Thanks and regards,

Posted at 18/7/2023 15:12 by chessman2
Yes, CWR has much to commend it and should continue to reach 4 figures.

Even after the recent rise the CWR share price is worth a lot more and should continue to head northwards.
Posted at 21/2/2023 14:54 by cerrito
While the RNS this morning is I assume good news, I am struggling to understand what real impact it will have on CWR over the next say 18 months. The RNS has spurred me to do what I have been planning to do for some time ie get a good understanding of what is going on in China .
I do not know if these fuel cells announced today are going to be manufactured by the 3 way system JV in which CWR will be contributing £20m as announced last February. I am unclear of the status of this JV. We are of course told about the delays about Weichai and Bosch signed agreements and the use of the plural would suggest that this 3 way system JV is held up but the way it is worded suggests that CWR are not involved. Probably the signing of the 3 way is dependant on the stack JV being signed. If that is correct no spade has been dug on the 3 way system factory and Heaven knows when it will be up and running.
We were told last February that the 3 way system JV would pay license fees to Bosch as well as CWR for Bosch's IP ref SOFC stationary fuel cells but from what I understand this morning we now find that Weichai have developed their own for stationary uses using CWR technology. No idea how their SOFC fuel cell differs from Bosch's.
Are Weichai going to be producing these SOFC cells from their own plants with CWR getting the license fees in the meantime ? I am unclear if it is felt that the output will be exported.
I am unclear as to what has actually been achieved with the Weichai relationship and the initiatives set out on December 4 2018. In calendar 2021 CWR had an impressive increase in license fees from Asia but we were told that the majority of the fees came from Doosan. I could not find customer concentration numbers for 2021 but we are told in the 2022 interims that in H122 the 2 major customers produced 45pc and 33pc of recognized revenues which would be 2 of Doosan, Bosch or Weichai.
The initial CWR/Weichai thrust in cells for buses seems to have stalled and I can find no reference to them since March 17 2021.
Do any of you see the situation more clearly??
Posted at 18/1/2023 13:58 by scrutable
ne might hardly notice it but despite the general gloom, and alacrity by traders to take profits wherever they can slice a bit from any rise, plus the activity of shorters, the CWR share price has been trending slightly higher with ever higher lows. The chart pattern shows a 20 % rise off the bottom at Christmas implying a gentle break out upwards now. The Chinese Communist party's embarassing recent new problems may be slowing up authorisations, thus delaying signing off the proposed JV..
Ceres Power share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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